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our news this morning an abduction attempt has parents and students on edge. noelle walker is outside sudder elementary school where a man tried to lure a young boy. >> reporter: this is a goodly is in what a child is supposed to do under these circumstances. the boy told the man he didn't know him and walked away from him. the suspect is described as a caucasian man with gray hair and facial stubble. he was driving a light blue late model '70 era car. the man was last seen sitting in his car in the parking lot of a park. that is a short walk away from suddel elementary school. the boy's mother called the school saying a man tried to lure her boy into a car. we just talked to a father that moved to this neighborhood. >> that is shocking. i just moved out here. i'm not used to having to worry about that. it was kind of shocking to me. >> reporter: so again the school has put out a warning to parents parents and students to be on the lookout for this man. again it's a good lesson and good time to remind your own kids there is stranger danger out there. if they see something, best to sim
. ktvu's noelle walker has more. >> reporter: several of the orders revolve around providing mental health care and reporting mentally ill patients. a judge declared one goh unfit to stand trial. his attorney said his client was a schizophrenic with a mental condition for a decade. that didn't prevent him from legally purchasing a gun. today president obama signed an executive order that included measures to limit gun access for mentally ill patients. >> we will make sure they know their options for reporting threats of violence. even though someone is more likely to be a victim than a perpetrator. >> reporter: making sure doctors know they can ask patients about guns in their homes, and telling healthcare providers they could report threats of violence. >> in california it doesn't change very much. >> reporter: he says california already requires therapists to break doctor-patient confidentiality if there is a threat. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> it is. it is. it can be. >> reporter: right now california doesn't allow anyone to buy a gun if they have been placed on a ment
officer tonight. the search for the gunman is heating up right now. noelle walker is live on seminary and 17th where officers have now quardened off the area. >> reporter: i'm going step out of the way so you can see what i see. there's an offer about a half a block down with an officer with his door open and armed. the police chief talked to the media within the last hour. here's what we know right now. we have seen officers with guns drawn. this is an active man hunt right now for two suspects believed to still be in the area. one person believed to be a suspect is right now being held by police. the highway patrol is helping with some air support. b.a.r.t. police officers are helping in this investigation as well. now just before 6:30 tonight, an undercover oakland police officer was in this area following up on a shooting from yesterday. someone shot at that officer and he was hit in the arm. police say his injury is not life threatening but the chief is warning this east oakland community that the suspects are armed and dangerous. >> obviously with an incident like this, with tw
now. noelle walker is live on seminary and 17th where officers have now quardened off the area. >> reporter: i'm going step out of the way so you can see what i see. there's an offer about a half a block down with an officer with his door open and armed. the police chief talked to the media within the last hour. here's what we know right now. we have seen officers with guns drawn. this is an active man hunt right now for two suspects believed to still be in the area. one person believed to be a suspect is right now being held by police. the highway patrol is helping with some air support. b.a.r.t. police officers are helping in this investigation as well. now just before 6:30 tonight, an undercover oakland police officer was in this area following up on a shooting from yesterday. someone shot at that officer and he was hit in the arm. police say his injury is not life threatening but the chief is warning this east oakland community that the suspects are armed and dangerous. >> obviously with an incident like this, with two armed and dangerous situations still outstanding we wa
and here in the bay area. ktvu's noelle walker is live at a town hall meeting. >> reporter: the meeting at this church tonight was an open forum to talk about anything, but most of the comment cards turned in had to do with gun control. the pews of a san francisco church were full. the prayer books replaced with comment cards. >> -- if you are unarmed-- >> i think everyone feels they need to have a gun to protect themselves at 3:00 a.m. from the burglar that's coming into their home. >> reporter: gun control was the hot topic at a town hall meeting hosted by congresswoman jackie spear, a survivor of the mass shooting at jonestown and an advocate for gun control. but in this church, she wasn't always preaching to the choir. >> felons shouldn't have the gun to begin with. if you put them away like they are supposed to be, you won't have as many people dying. >> i think you would be foolish if we presume that the only reason why there is gun violence in this country -- (indiscernible) >> reporter: today in san mateo, people lined up for a gun buyback. >> we're definitely going to go thro
with noelle walker with the dangers the waves hold for those in and out of the water, noelle. >> reporter: pacifica brought people out to dip their feet in the water not knowing there's a high surf advisory. >> it doesn't look like it no. they probably should advise a little bit more because that looks deceiving. >> reporter: the coast guard is warning people to look out for sneaker waves. several people have died this year being washed out to sea, some of them trying to rescue their dogs caught in the waves. >> neither one of us can swim. >> reporter: a sneaker wave wiped out spectators at the last mavericks competition. this weekend's advisory is from shore to sea. >> you have a wave that's 30, 40 feet the pleasure craft is not going to fare too well in that situation. >> reporter: the men who ride mountains will be in the middle of it. the swell that will fuel mav ricks 30-foot waves moves in tomorrow, sunday morning it will test the best of the best big wave surfers. >> the guys that are surfing in this are going to need everything they know about surfing to survive the waves. >> exc
. there are actually thousands of people in the bay area who have nowhere to go to keep warm. ktvu's noelle walker is in walnut creek in one of the few places where families can seek shelter tomorrow. >> tonight there are thousands of people who are calling a sleeping bag a bed and the cold concrete home. but the folks here at the shelter are calling it a night and going to bed. to the kids this is just a play room. to the family who come to the oasis program, this is daytime shelter from the cold. >> it's a nice comfortable space and it's warm. >> reporter: day manager slogan draws clients to the winter night's shelter each night. >> they've been sleeping in the couch or what we call couch surfing which is going from friends, relatives and that can go on for quite some time. >> the shelter has 30 people camping out at a contra costa county church. the she -- the shelter moves to a different church every week. it's one of the cold weather shelters. >> the family is happy to have a little privacy. >> reporter: when it's almost noon and the temperatures haven't ventured out of the 40s, that's a col
of the sheriff's department. the suspect he shot is expected to survive. noelle walker, ktvu2 news. >>> an update for you on our developing news in oakland where a police officer has been shot. these pictures just came into our news room in the past few minutes from the scene at 49th avenue and east 12th street. the shooting happened at 5:45 p.m. you can see it is still an active scene. we are hearing the officer was in uniform and he may have been shot in the leg. the officer was taken to the hospital in stable condition. two suspects are in custody. we have a crew at the scene. we will bring you more information as we learn it. >>> an oakland teenager who admitted to killing his adoptive parents has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. he killed them one year ago tomorrow. the boy was 15 at the time. he told the police he was suspended from school for smoking marijuana and did not want to deal with his parents being upset with him. >>> there is a new development tonight involving a sexual allegation against 49er wide receiver michael crabtree. sanfrancisco's da announced tonight his office wil
by a outbreak of noro virus. it's so hard to fight the illness in time of year, noelle walker has the story. >> reporter: this is the third outbreak this season. the outbreak over there at the redwoods started on december 24th. even today there were two new cases reported. the chairs are empty, the visitors few and far between instead of holiday get togethers at the redwoods in mill valley, residents were told to stay away from each other. dinner was being served by workers wearing gloves. >> very quiet. everybody has been sequestered. >> reporter: the redwoods reported the outbreak to marin county public health. >> it's very difficult to prevent norovirus this time of year it's in the environment. you know this is around the holidays and we know that people were having visitors from all over. >> reporter: norovirus is sometimes called the cruise ship virus. there are several documented cases of passengers and crew falling ill on so called sick ships. but a lot of places are susceptible to outbreak. >> when children visit grandma they might bring the illness with them. >> reporter: it can b
to be one of the coldest spots in the area. with temperatures in the 20s. and ktvu's noelle walker is live. how cold is it right now. >> reporter: i just pulled it up on my phone, it stays it's 50 degrees. but you don't these one of these to know it's cold. when it's 11:40 and the temperature has not ventured out of the 40s that's a cold day. the fountain is not getting any love. when the scarfs and hoodies come out the sidewalk dining isn't getting a lot of love. if it's cold enough for you to wear a cold then it might be cold enough for your dogs to be sporting one too. on days like these, dogs dogs bundle up too. >> they're underaged. the puppy is in greater danger as well as senior animals in reaction to the cold weather. >> reporter: helena dicker says that the temperatures are cold then it's cold for the pets to be outdoors. >> if they don't have something warm to protect them from the cold it could be life threatening. >> reporter: just like people, pets need shelter from the cold. coming up tonight at 6:00, we will take you inside one of the emergency shelters that takes in famil
of noro virus. it's so hard to fight the illness in time of year, noelle walker has the story. >> reporter: this is the third outbreak this season. the outbreak over there at the redwoods started on december 24th. even today there were two new cases reported. the chairs are empty, the visitors few and far between instead of holiday get togethers at the redwoods in mill valley, residents were told to stay away from each other. dinner was being served by workers wearing gloves. >> very quiet. everybody has been sequestered. >> reporter: the redwoods reported the outbreak to marin county public health. >> it's very difficult to prevent norovirus this time of year it's in the environment. you know this is around the holidays and we know that people were having visitors from all over. >> reporter: norovirus is sometimes called the cruise ship virus. there are several documented cases of passengers and crew falling ill on so called sick ships. but a lot of places are susceptible to outbreak. >> when children visit grandma they might bring the illness with them. >> reporter: it can be serious but
in the bayer. ktvu assists noelle walker was at a town hall meeting in san francisco. >> reporter: the pews were filled. >> gun control was the hot topic at a town hall meeting hosted by congresswoman jackie speier, a survivor at the massive shoot ing at jonestown. >> she shouldn't have the gun and if they put them away like you are supposed to be, you wouldn't have as many people dying. >> it would be foolish if we presume that the only reason there is gun violence -- . [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: today in san mateo people lined up for a gun buyback. >> we're definitely going go through all of our money. >> 1, 2, 3 and 4 for you. >> reporter: $100 for arhandgun, shotgun or rifle, $200 for an assault weapon. >> the san mateo county sheriff's deputies collected piles of guns. >> reporter: congresswoman speir was at the gun buyback and she sent out a tweet saying, "holding the street sweeping made me realize that voluntary gun buybacks are an important of gun violence prevention." they got 680 gulps in the buyback,24 of them assault gun weapons. >>> a rather unusual device was turned in
and walking away. reporting live in antioch noelle walker ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a contra costa county high school student was air lifted to the hospital after an argument intensified over the internet. the principal at freedom high told the contra costa times that two girls bumped into each other at the hospital wednesday. they later exchanged angry online posts. one of the girls then attacked the other in the school cafeteria yesterday. the victim fell and hit her head. we don't know the extent of her injuries. the principals urged not to air disputes over social media. >>> they are looking far group of young men that are responsible for a deadly stabbing last night. janine de la vega is in san jose where investigators are looking for a motive behind the attack. janine. >> reporter: police are trying to track down this group of young men that stabbed a man here on south side drive which is just off of monterey highway. it's a residential area. there is a church here at the intersection. now at this point, they don't know what prompted this attack. police say a man was approached. some kin
. in dublin, noelle walker, ktvu news. >>> the san mateo county sheriff's department is holding a gun buy back tomorrow. it runs for four hours from 10:00 in the morning in the 2:00 in the afternoon. people can hand over weapons no questions asked. the department is offering $100 in cash for handguns, shotguns and rifles and up to $200 for assault weapons. >> repairing the bay bridge. the role recycling will play in the recycling project. >>> one city's plan to deter crime using cameras. the price tag and the source for possible funding. >>> tracking a couple of weather systems headed our way. looks like we're going to see some showers or chance of showers as we move into the weekend. we'll show you the latest computer models and what you can expect. [ ck up some boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up.
school. that's where you find noelle walker. she is there to talk about what staff are doing to keep students safe. >> reporter: school started just about a half hour ago. the gates are closed, the campus secure. today's lesson plans going around stranger danger. >> please reinforce this at home on your children to never talk to strangers and to never get in a car or leave with a stranger even if they seem nice or says they are a friend. >> reporter: the school sent this recorded message out to parents after a mother reported someone tried to kidnap her son. he reportedly told the boy that a family member sent him to pick the boy up. that child did the right thing telling the suspect i don't know you and then walking away. we just talked to the school principal a few minutes ago. >> they travel with parents that they are familiar with and carpool. everybody knows about that. this does happen here. our parents are just great about it. they always watch out for each other and they watch out for the children. so it's great. we have a lot of eyes on them. >> >> reporter: that suspect w
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